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What to do when the needle is stuck down through the fabric and will no release

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Be careful, release needle clamp and slowly rock the hand wheel. use tweezers or small pliers to hold needle and gently twist/pull as the wheel is rocked. The needle will loosen and come out with patience, use as little force as possible

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It may be that your needle is striking the presser foot if you are applying some "pull" to the fabric at the back of the foot.

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Then reassemble by putting the bobbin case back in lining up the mark on the case with the stopper in the rotary hook, replacing the needle plate, pressure foot and a new needle.

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